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is just beginning to reveal itself as thousands are feared dead. and u.s. relief efforts are under way. >>> we honor and thank the members of the military and their families. >>> good news for your wallet as stocks and home values rise. while gas prices continue to drop. >>> and the bizarre, as miley sparks up in amsterdam. this deer may have better days ahead. and incognito reveals his side of the bullying saga. "first look" begins right now. good morning. devastation in the philippines. right now, there is a humanitarian crisis of gigantic proportions, with thousands feared dead. nbc's ian williams joins us live from manila with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: we're still trying to get together the precise information about what happened down there. we do know that the devastation has been widespread. but rescue workers are still trying to get to some of the more isolated communities, where communication is still down. where roads are blocked. they have reached a major city on the coast that was battered when the typhoon came ashore. the local authorities estimate that perhaps
there, he got an earful from both sides. nbc tracie potts joins us live from washington with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we learned the white house is rolling out more money for people who don't have health insurance so they can see a doctor so she can sign up for a plan had that web citsi website working. today the white house is announcing $150 million in grants to community health centers to treat more than 1 million new patients. it's part of the health law president obama says has him frustrated because the website to buy insurance isn't working properly. >> this is like having a really good product in a store and the cash registers don't work and there aren't enough parking spots and nobody can get through the door. >> reporter: he chided texas for not having the law. >> they are leaving a million people without health insurance that they could immediately fix. >> people's lives depend on this. >> reporter: on chill health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius was grilled about whether americans can keep their existing health plans. >> is it true or is
the destruction over the last 18 hours appears to be done. >> thank goodness for that. thanks, bill. >>> the u.s. aincreasing its humanitarian aid to the philippines donating $10 million for a total of 37 million so far. newly released video shows the power as it it the coast. 3600 people were killed but survivors are getting help. >> it's still as crowded inside as it was the other day. a long line of patients. but a far cry from what we saw the last time. >> ow. you have your antibiotics. >> reporter: even a solar powered refrigerator for medications. >> they're trying to build new shelters. >>> i presumes date to fix health k healthcare.gor. erin allbright takes over and nancy pelosi says it's not going to affect the midterm elections. >> they stand tall and in support of the obama care act. this is an issue that has to be dealt with. it's not a political issue that we'll run away from. it's too valuable for the american people. what is important about is it that is the american people are well served. >> 39 democrats broke ranks and voted friday for a republican plan to allow people to keep
of enrollees to obama care and it has a very long way to go. tracie potts starts us off live in washington. so just what is the white house saying about these numbers? >> reporter: they're saying no one is really happy with them, but the political problem for president obama now isn't just coming from the right. supporters, democrats are worried and they're becoming more vocal about it. today the white house gets an earful from senate democrats. >> nobody who supports health care reform and supports successful implementation of the affordable care act is satisfied with what we've seen out of the website. >> reporter: president obama continues to reassure americans. >> we're working overtime to make sure the law works the way it's supposed to. >> reporter: but with less than 27,000 people signed up through the website and 106,000 overall, republican critics insist it's time to start over. >> i'm going to give it a grade. this was an f. >> reporter: lawmakers say their phones are ringing off the hook with constituents say the website is not the only problem. >> called because i cooperate get thr
. terrific legacy outlined by the buildings where the tragedy played out still in use today. the texas school book depository, parkland hospital where john kennedy was rushed, and where a nation learned its president was dead. and the texas theater where police arrested lee harvey oswald. >> when i heard the shots, i thought some idiot has fired it as a demonstration. it was inconceivable that the shots would have been directed at kennedy. >> reporter: a young reporter for nbc news found himself in the middle of a story that would change the country forever. >> it ushered in, sort of opened the door to all the nightmarish things that seized this country by the throat for the rest of this decade of the 60s. >> reporter: and that now a half century later still seems to have a hold on the nation's heart and soul. jay gray, nbc news, dallas. >> msnbc will have continuing coverage of this anniversary throughout the day as america marks the 50th anniversary of president kennedy's assassination. tonight at 7:00 p.m., jfk the day that changed merg. at 8:00, the kennedy brothers. a hardball documentar
in the works could keep u.s. troops in afghanistan longer than promised. >>> a new disturbing new trend called the knock skrout game is putting unsuspecting victims in serious danger. >>> plus a rocket speeds to space. a harrowing rescue for two hikers. and george w. bush explains why he stopped by jay leno last night. >> i mean, you're about to head out to pasture. just wanted to see what you look like before you got to the gate. >> very kind of you. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm betty nguyen. we have breaking news overnight. a lear jet crashes off the coast of florida killing at least two people. four people were on board, including two pilots. two bodies have been recovered. the coast guard found the wreckage 45 minutes after the initial report. officials say a preliminary indication is that it was a medical flight. >> obviously this is an active and ongoing search and rescue. and we'd like to extend our thoughts and prayers and condolences to the families of those lost. the men and women from all the responding agencies are doing their best to try to find any survivors in the water. >> t
. it's "the simpsons" sunday night. that does it for us tonight. . >>> good friday morning. right now on "first look," a tire guying scene for any parent. a school bus carrying ten children plunges into a creek. >> i thought i was going to die. >> we'll have the incredible details coming up next. >>> did president obama seriously consider replacing vice president biden with hillary clinton? and how does mr. obama really feel about former president clinton. fascinating details. >>> and using electronics for the flying masses. >>> plus a really bad day for this $300,000 ferrari. and sights and sounds of a healthy and happy halloween 2013. >>> good morning. i'm mara schiavocampo. we begin with the story of ten who escaped a bus crash unharmed. it toppled off a bridge into a fast moving creek in douglas, kansas. it landed on its side. all the children on board were under the anyone ge of 13. older kids are credited with helping the younger ones escape through a roof hatch. >> there was all screaming and stuff and then me and my friend were telling them to calm down and stuff. >> i was sca
telling nbc news, it's an endless path of misery. ian williams joins us from manila now. what progress is being made? >> reporter: it is painfully slow. offers of age, pledges of aid are pouring in to the philippines from across the world. the actual help is only trickling into the areas that desperately need it. to underline the desperation, we had reports overnight of more looting, this time a government-run rice warehouse just up the coast from tab although ban. eight people died in the stampede to get at that rice. now government officials are on the defensive. they continue to blame the devastation, the debris for blocking access to some of these areas, but insist that things are improving, that roads are being cleared, airports open and that we'll see a rapid improvement over coming hours and days. they say the law and order situation in tacloban is improving, a curfew is being imposed. u.s. marines on the ground will be installing equipment so that the airport can run 24 hours a day. one disappointment, "the uss george washington" which will spearhead the u.s. efforts, has been
turkeys as shoppers get warmed up to battle for bargains. plus, find out why police officers are using stun guns on themselves. today's the day for that icy comet to come in contact with the sun and own a piece of rock and roll history bruce springsteen's "born to run." happy thanksgiving, everyone. >>> after days of treacherous travel for so many the holiday is finally here. we'll have more on that in just a moment. first, all eyes are on the stars of this thanksgiving morning, the 16 balloons flying in the macy's thanksgiving day parade. but the weather system that snarled holiday travel, it is not over. and it has many wondering if snoopy and others will get off the ground. nbc's jay gray is live along the parade route in new york city. good morning, jay. happy thanksgiving. a lot of people looking at you because we need to know if snoopy is going to get up in the air? >> reporter: good morning, betty. happy thanksgiving to you and everyone out there. fingers still crossed here we won't have a decision until right before parade time. take a look behind me, the balloons are inflated
with reporters. he's changing part of the health care law. tracy potts joins us live with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the president is apologizing once again for the rocky rollout of the law. likening it to the football game saying they fumbled twice in a really important game. once with the website that is still not fully working properly or as fast as it should. and again with his promise that people who like their health plans could keep them. >> we should have done a better job getting that right on day one. not on day, 28 or on day 40. i am confident that by -- by the time we look back on this next year, that people are going to say, this is working well. and it's helping a lot of people. >> reporter: the president is p proposing or asking the insurance industry to extend the canceled plans for another year. a lot of pushback from the industry. they say it would upset the balance of paying for it. today, a vote here in the house on capitol hill to allow people to hold on to the plans. they want to write that into the law. democrats and republicans have differe
are less than 24 hours away from the busiest travel day of the year and 48 million of us are expected to take to the roads and air this week. sarah dallof is joining us from o'hare international airport. sarah, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, mara. believe it or not, the number of people traveling this year is actually slightly down as compared to last year, but this nasty weather means airports and roads are going to be as crowded as ever. before the crush of holiday travelers has even left home, a wallop of winter weather is causing flight delays and cancellations, stranding passengers and making for dangerous driving conditions. and mother nature isn't done yet. >> and the weather just isn't going to clear out until we get into thursday, and unfortunately, that's after all the major travel is supposed to have already occurred. >> reporter: it will undoubtedly affect the millions of people traveling this holiday. >> headed to wisconsin. >> waterloo, iowa. >> reporter: to celebrate with loved ones. >> family is what it's all about. >> reporter: wednesday and sunday are predi
. >>> a hero cop and a dramatic rescue caught on tape. >>> the u.s. sends a mighty message to china using massive b-52s. >> good morning, everyone. i'm betty -- >> three girls claiming they were held prison in tucson, arizona, and the mother and stepfather of a 12, 13, and 17-year-old sisters have been arrested. they're facing charges of kidnapping along with emotional and physical abuse. the stepfather is also accused of one count of sexual abuse. officials say the girls were found malnourished and dirty, and listen to this, they even told officers they hadn't taken a bath in up to six months and that they were imprisoned in their home for possibly the past two years. the two younger girls were able to escape tuesday. police found the third locked inside the home. >>> let's get to you that travel nightmare that we have been telling you about all week. well, it's now turning into a reality. today is the busiest travel day of the year and that monster thanksgiving storm is threatening so many plans. watches and warnings, they are posted in at least 20 states up and down the east coast. for
us inside the storm. >> 74 mile-per-hour winds now. this would be a category 1 storm. >> plus a winter blast for the central and eastern u.s. dash cam video captures a horrific fall. and why these photos of kate middleton are causing a stir. good morning, i'm mara schiavocampo. we beginning in the philippines where it's going from bad to worse days after that devastating typhoon. this morning nearly 1,200 people are confirmed dead. officials warn that number could climb to more than 10,000. it's now a race against time to help survivors. the "uss george washington" is on its way on board dozens of sailors and 80 aircraft. we have the latest from manila. >> reporter: good morning, mara. this morning the presidential palace here says they are doing everything they can to get aid to the affected areas. a spokesman said no filipino will be forgotten and he said communications are being restored. he said 30% of communications has been restored to tacloban city. this comes in the face of growing criticism from those areas that they simply are not getting any aid, desperately needed
more famous than you have ever been before. that does it for us tonight. . >>> good thursday morning. right now on "first look," cocaine and the congressman. major mea culpa in the pursuit of forgiveness and redemption. >>> a-rod's rage. the slugger stormed out of a grievance hearing saying he's disgusted with the abusive process. >>> designer dog. is this the face of the per if he cannily procured pooch? >> and stamping out cancer while making you slimmer. >>> and the women who accomplished the near impossible. i'm mara schiavocampo. overnight congressman trey radel arrived in florida hours after he pleaded guilty to buying cocaine and was sentenced to a year of probation. he is taking a leave of absence from congress and apologized. >> i have been getting the help that i need and i will continue to get the help that i need and the support system that i need for years to come. i believe in forgiveness and redemption. and i hope if there is anything positive that can come out of this and i know there will be positive that comes out of this, it's that i hope that i can be a role model
the u.s. as we go throughout the weekend. into next week, a big shot of cold air and potential for a coastal storm. you are going to hear a lot about it. potential for a snowstorm, i-95 up into new england. the american model saying no storm at all. >> a conflict. >> we will see who wins. next week, we may see snow flakes. >> thank you, bill. >>> twitter's grand opening generates billions. a road crew painting lines on this road. that's next. so you're telling me your mom has a mom cave? hi boys! i've made you campbell's chunky new england clam chowder. wow! this is incredible! i know. and now it has more clams! [ male announcer ] campbell's chunky soup. what? [ male announcer ] it fills you up right. [ male announcer ] campbell's chunky soup. what? i tr ied [ male announcer ] it fills you up right. depend last weekend.r ] campbell's chunky soup. what? it really made the difference between a morning around the house and getting a little exercise. unlike the bargain brand, depend gives you new fit-flex®, our best protection. it's a smooth and comfortable fit with more lycra st
to start us off. >> horrible timing. >> it is. yeah big huge storm rolling across the country. and then the peak of the travel day being wednesday. this thing moves up the east coast. there is a really cold air mass in place. i'll let you know how much snow and where. we already mentioned the airports. a lot of cancellations are the dallas airport. it's 33 right now. that's goodment we want to be just above freezing so salt trucks and plows and everything can get as much ice off the roads and sleet as possible. actually reported rain over the last hour. denton is at 31. this is the freezing line. this blue line that goes up to ft. smith. it is sneaking its way toward little rock too. all of those areas outside the cities. any of the bridges and overpasses will be very tlipery. so here's how we look. southern travel trouble on this monday. heavy rain will be the story with this storm. we're going to get done pretty much with the icy stuff easterly dwroi day. temperatures will be above freezing as we go throughout the afternoon. this morning, it's the worst h
trey suggest you adopt a strategy that starts with staying connected. >> sometimes we use the target app to download coupons and scan the coupons. >> reporter: and includes social media. >> i've seen this on facebook. >> reporter: they say, make a list of what you're buying for whom. sign up for e-mail alerts and research before you shop. >> because there are so many deals out there, and they're coming from all of these different sources it is hard to take advantage of them as they come. >> reporter: if your plans for holiday shopping mean venturing no further than the keyboard, here's another tip. >> the majority of deals that are available in the store are available online. stores start online early thanksgiving morning. so can you do both. >> reporter: and trying to fulfill santa fulfill a child's wish list, know that the best deals on toys happen right before christmas. chris clackum, nbc news. >>> in florida, a thanksgiving miracle of sorts. the mother who put the state's controversial stand your ground law back in the national spotlight is free on bail. marissa alexandr fired f
, in the plain states, they're used to going from snow one day to it all melt away when it's 60 the next day. >> all right. and it's november. >> of course. >>> coming up next, a student gets trapped between two buildings for hours. a major recall for honda owners. plus 20,000 people are evacuated when an nen exploded 4,000 poun bomb is found. [ tires screech ] ♪ [ male announcer ] 1.21 gigawatts. today, that's easy. ge is revolutionizing power. supercharging turbines with advanced hardware and innovative software. using data predictively to help power entire cities. so the turbines of today... will power us all... into the future. ♪ [ male announcer ] the rhythm of life. [ whistle blowing ] where do you hear that beat? campbell's healthy request soup lets you hear it in your heart. [ basketball bouncing ] heart healthy. [ m'm... ] great taste. [ tapping ] sounds good. campbell's healthy request. m'm! m'm! good.® [ passenger ] airport, please. what airline? united. [ indian accent ] which airline, sir? [ passenger ] united. whoa taxi! [ british accent ] what airline, then? [ passenger ]
and that s.w.a.t. teams have surrounded the school. authorities are using the school's p.a. system to try and communicate with the men. >>> president obama is pushing back against criticism he misled the public over his health care law. the president said americans who are getting kicked off their insurance plans are often getting "a very bad deal" and that virtually every insurer is offering newer, better plans. >>> video obtained exclusively by nbc news shows the unbelievable moment when two sky diving planes collide above wisconsin on saturday. helmet cams captured the collision and the fireball as everyone begins a rapid descent. amazingly, all nine skydivers and the two pilots survived. matt lauer will be speaking with ten of them on "today." >>> and some viewers may find this surveillance video from a georgia gas station disturbing. it shows a man flicking a cigarette lighter and igniting gas vapors that cause his wife's clothes to catch fire. she was hospitalized with second and third-degree burns. the man was charged with reckless conduct. >>> coming up in "scrambled politics," ji
in the u.s. for use. the university said it's a move to stop the spread of the disease. seven cases have been confirmed since march. >>> now let's get the latest in sports from richard lui. good morning to you, richard. >> good morning. monday night football, you got your monday's worth. for three quarters it was all panthers led by cam newton. then final quart, newton gets six points on this one. up by four. patriots trying to hit gronkowski. comes up short. interception. flag is thrown. this is the question, pass interference, holding, what do you think? >> don't know. >> refs are saying nada. controversial call. carolina upsets . >> mississippi girls basketball coach resigned after allegation he bit one of the player. >> i'm still trying to wrap my head around that. >> the girl was taken to hospital. her family not pressing charges in this. miami dolphins head coach said players are cooperating with the nfl investigation into bullying. the dolphins want the hearing delayed. it's set for this week for ritchie incognito who is fighting his indefinite suspension. i found some tape this w
continue the mainstream bipartisan tradition that has served us so well. >> mcauliffe's victory means it is the first time virginia has elected a governor from the same party of the sitting president in decades. >>> in new jersey, governor chris christie coasted to victory over democrat barbara buono. on the campaign trail he touted a spirit of bipartisanship. last night, he talked to supporters in a lot what sounded like a kickoff to a 2016 presidential run. >> the biggest thing i have learned over the last four years about leadership is that leadership is much less about talking than it is about listening. i know if we can do this in trenton, new jersey, maybe the folks in washington, d.c. should tune in their tvs right now, see how it's done. >>> next to new york city where voters elected the first democratic mayor in a generation. bill de blasio beat republican joe lhota by the largest margin since the 1980s. he called his campaign a s progressive one. promising to tax the rich to fund universal pre-k and rein in the stop and frisk practice. there is something for new yorkers to g
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